Cutting Efficiency You Can See. Lubricant You Can't.
A sustainable, efficient cooling and lubrication solution with minimal amounts of oil, or no oil at all.
Traditional cutting fluids for machine tools disturb the plant floor, the machining process, and the environment. Pure-Cut and Pure-Cut+ bring supercritical carbon dioxide technology to metal cutting with little or no oil - allowing you to achieve at least 30% performance improvements.
Unmatched speed improvements over traditional cutting fluids.
Precise surface finish when micron-level differences matter.
Tools can last up to 5x longer than traditional lubricant.
Lowered carbon footprint and specific health, environmental, and safety benefits.
Pure-Cut uses only CO2 for dry machining and is ideal for applications such as the medical industry where 100% clean environments and precise surfaces are absolutely critical.
Dry-cutting with supercritical CO2 has similar performance to a semisynthetic cutting fluid.
Highly effective heat management is more customizable than with water-based cutting fluids.
Supercritical CO2 can penetrate, cool and lubricate critical heat zones at a tool tip.
Pure-Cut+ offers a solution for cutting applications where efficiency gains impact the bottom line and controllable lubrication is imperative.
Supercritical Pure-Cut+ combines CO2 and, typically, 15-30 mL/hour of enhanced lubrication.
Significant tool life gains can be achieved in certain materials while maintaining a near-dry cutting process.
Enhanced lubrication with MQL-level lubricity brings up to 2x cycle time improvement.
Both systems measure 24″ x 24″ x 10″
Either system can be mounted on top of a machine, on a stand, or on casters
With leading industry partners, Fusion Coolant Systems offers complete turn-key solutions, including recycled carbon dioxide storage tanks, pumps, CO2, ventilation, and more.
100% clean machined parts without oils, emulsions or synthetics.
Increased precision and less downtime with titanium, Inconel, and other heat recalcitrant materials.
Increased productivity with steels, aluminum, CGI, and other common auto materials.